10 things to know about Astro-photography

Use the widest and fastest lens that you own. I use my Nikon 14 – 24 mm which I set at 14mm.
The most prominent part of the Milky Way, called the Galactic Centre and is usually at a great angle and not too high in the sky in the months of May […]

By |May 20th, 2019|Online learning, Photo Tips, Photo Travel|0 Comments

Graduated filters for landscape photography

 
You need a graduated filters for landscape photography
Land is always darker than the sky and capturing the dynamic range (so you can keep detail in the sky and also in the foreground) is a challenge for photographers. Although modern digital technology such as Adobe Lightroom offers a host of tools to pull details out […]

By |August 22nd, 2018|Gear Reviews, Online learning, Photo Tips|0 Comments

10 tips to turn your holiday into a creative experience.

creative photography on safari is easy if you look beyond the obvious.

I often suggest to clients to imagine that they are working for a magazine and photograph and document the full experience of the safari so they can be more creative with their photography while they are on safari. I did the sort of […]

Zambia’s Secret Season

Zambia’s Secret Season

David Rogers article about travel in the Emerald Season to South Luangwa

Safari rules say the dry season is best for spotting game. But if you visit the Luangwa Valley when it rains, you can explore by boat when the river is high, the flowers are blooming, the wildlife teeming and there’s no […]

The whales have arrived: First hand account from underwater specialists

It’s August and southern right whales (so named because they were the right whale to catch) have arrived at the Cape coastline and may be viewed and photographed in Cape Town, Hermanus, Gansbaai and De Hoop and further up the coast at the Garden Route. While most photographers take their images from land and […]

By |August 16th, 2016|Online learning, Photo Travel|0 Comments
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